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From: (Matt Day)
Subject: vi in Net-2
Organization: Icon International, Inc., Orem, UT, USA
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1992 19:04:12 GMT
Message-ID: <>
Sender: (Mr. News)

I can't find "vi" in Net-2.  Where is it?

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From: (Henry Spencer)
Subject: Re: vi in Net-2
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Date: Thu, 12 Mar 1992 21:36:43 GMT
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Organization: U of Toronto Zoology
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In article <> (Matt Day) writes:
>I can't find "vi" in Net-2.  Where is it?

It's not.  It is (distantly) derived from ed, which is licensed software,
and hence cannot be made freely available.  (I assume this is being worked
GCC 2.0 is to C as SVR4 is to Unix.     | Henry Spencer @ U of Toronto Zoology
                             -Dick Dunn |  utzoo!henry

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